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Assessment of Lipase Activity in Pancreatic Extracts
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ASSESSMENT OF LIPASE ACTIVITY IN PANCREATIC EXTRACTS Introduction: The food that we take in is first broken down by the salivary amylase. The food is then chewed and swallowed and travels to the stomach. In the stomach, the fat separates from the other components in the aqueous environment and floats on the top of the medium.… (Sizer, Piche and Whitney 2011).…
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Discuss lock-and-key theory of enzyme-substrate interaction giving specific example to illustrate theory. Include the effects of substrate concentration, pH cha
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Include the effects of substrate concentration, pH changes, temperature changes, and competitive inhibition. Enzymes are organic catalysts that speed up a chemical reaction… Enzymes have active sites which interact with the substrate. The structure of the active site is unique for that respective substrate. Just as a uniquely shaped key will only fit in to…
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Protein concentration
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They are vitally found in many parts of the body such as the hair, skin, muscles, tendons, cartilage, and many more. They are also found in the enzymes, globulins, hormones, hemoglobin, myoglobin and other substances in… Protein analyses are used for basic research useful in determining specific activities of enzymes, hormones, antibodies and others…
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Light Concentration
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In this report, we describe the way light is concentrated with various optical instruments such as lenses, mirrors, and glassy (hyaline) or polymeric fiber. We analyze the tracks that light rays follow when the light has been concentrated by these optical instruments,… Light can be concentrated by lenses by placing either a biconvex or plano-convex lens (see…
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Concentration Indices
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Concentration indices are useful ways to analyze scenarios which deal with quantitative analysis of the specific subjects be it economic market concentration or health equality analysis. Any concentration index is defined with respect to its concentration curve which usually is two dimensional curve having two coordinates of (x, y) as its main parameters.…
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Protein Concentration
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Proteins are large organic compounds built from 20 different amino acids. A protein will contain in the range of 50-2000 amino acid residues joined together by a chemical reaction that results in the formation of a peptide link and the release of a molecule of water.… The two most common examples are -helix and -sheet (fig. 1) Proteins are not completely…
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Concentration camp
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In Germany between 1933 and 1945, the use of concentration camps was implemented to contain and exterminate people who fit into many different categories. These camps were divided into a number of different categories, although not all were designed for extermination.… The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum report on concentration camps reveals that…
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Soil concentration
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Elemental composition that is found in soils has anomalies leading to plant stress, as well as increased salt concentration (Cl-), and Ca2+ mineral nutrients. The salt concentration found in soil solutions is measured in form of its salinity. The amount of Cl- present in a given… High concentrations of Cl- destabilize membranes and denatured proteins, which is…
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Digestion
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Module 5 (1) Trace the path of digestion through Jane from beginning to end. Include the nutrients the food contained and are broken down into, where digestion begins, what nutrients are broken into their components at each stage of digestion, and where these are absorbed.… The digestion of carbohydrates starts from the mouth where the teeth and tongue have…
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Teeens in concentration camps
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Many of the young people in various concentration camps have suffered with wretched surroundings and often faced the threat of death. These… Cynthia Ozicks "The Shawl portrays the cruelties of Nazi concentration camp. Stories and narratives about the concentration camps demonstrate the unending brutality and wretchedness that the Jewish young children and…
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4Firm Concentration Ratio
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A four-firm concentration is that ratio which indicates the share of total market sales accounted for by the four largest firms. An industry with 20 firms and CR of 30% is considered to be in monopolistic competition. A four-firm CR of 30% means that 30% of the total market sales in the industry are controlled by the four largest firms.… The reason is that the…
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Civil Engineering Structural Concentration
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Plastics are technically synthetic polymers that are made up of many monomers linked together through the process of polymerization (“Characterization and Failure Analysis of… Basically, the properties and characteristics of a polymer depend upon its structure. The strength of the plastics can be determined from a measurement known as the Young’s modulus.…
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How was Nazi Concentration Camp worser than Soviet Concentration Camps
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In reality, both camps were horrible in their entirety, however; it is the Nazi concentration camp that left irremovable horror marks on the world human psychology. The question, “who was worse, Nazi or Stalin?” can be considered in two different contexts. This can be… They killed millions of people for political gains. In the end, it all boils down to quality…
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The Four-Firm Concentration Ratio
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A market where there are 20 firms and a four-firm concentration ration (CR) of 30% would be highly competitive. It would reach a state of monopolistic competition1, short of perfect competition and too little concentration to be an oligopoly (AmosWeb Encyclonomic 2007).… Eventually, the excess demand would be met and the price would again gain equilibrium.…
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Testing Chloride Concentration in South Florida Canal
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This paper deals with the problem of chloride substance in South Florida Canal. It should be noted that the South Florida canal is made up of various water sources that play important roles in the ecosystem. These water bodies are usually affected by various anthropogenic activities.… The topographical dimension of South Florida occupies a relatively low-lying…
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Pharmacology Practical
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The equation y=-0.001x+0.1017 was obtained. IC50 is when the value of y is half of the y axis, which in this case was 0.0865 (half the value of maximum absorbance from the table).… The experiment provided a uniform temperature (37 degrees) for the enzyme activity, whereas in living systems the temperature usually varies within a given range. According to Yun,…
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Effect of Concentration on an Enzyme
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Name: Course: Tutor: Date: Abstract This experiment is carried out with the aim of determining the effect of conversion of hydrogen peroxide into oxygen and water with enzyme catalase. The amount of oxygen gas produced was then be measured and calculated under various conditions.… Introduction Enzymes are substrate specific. They bind up with active sites on…
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Health Insurance Concentration and its Consequences
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Name: Instructor: Task: Date: Health insurance concentration and its consequences The health care cost in the United States is very high. Consequently, several individuals are unable to access it. The congress is trying to address this challenge by considering various proposals to improve the country’s health care system.… And how insurance works Some…
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Chloride Concentration in South Florida Canal
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The following paper deals with the problem of chloride concentration in South Florida canal. According to the text, the canal has a significant role to play in the ecosystem. The quality of water affected by such factors as its salinity. … The Florida canals are located in South Florida is occupies a relatively low-lying highly carbonate area in terms of the…
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Marketing Concentration within Extended Academic Programs (EAP)
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Feasibility Study: Marketing Concentration within Extended Academic Programs (EAP) Institution Feasibility Study: Marketing Concentration within Extended Academic Programs (EAP) Executive Summary The University of the Incarnate Word (UIW) is a Catholic affiliated private university situated within San Antonio City in Texas.… This university offers a Bachelor…
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Filtration as a sample concentration method of water samples
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The paper is divided into three sections. The introduction touches on the overall aspects and principles of filtration as a concentration method. The body exclusively covers the types of microorganisms that are tested during water quality assessment such as coliforms with the filtration method been used in the respective studies. … In conclusion, the paper…
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Measuring the concentration Of HCL by using gas dietitian tube
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However, some of the sections have changed and this is from the discovery of various new elements that have changed the shape and structure of the chemical compounds we know. An acid is a part of chemistry and is a substance that… There are different methods of calculating the exact concentration of HCL and the deitation process is one of them. The objective…
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Measuring the concentration Of HCL by using gas dietitian tube
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This examination will mainly examine the impact of focus change of the reactants upon the rate of response, utilizing hydrochloric corrosive and… After the reaction starts, more or less 20 seconds of information will be gathered with every trial, to plan a typical pattern (a chart of pressure about whether). With normal inclines of diverse action of focuses, a…
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How the concentration of salt affect the rate of Osmosis
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How the concentration of salt affects the rate of Osmosis Osmosis is basically defined as a process in which the movement of water occurs from an area where there is a higher concentration of water to an area where there is a lower concentration of water.… It does not require the provision of energy to be carried out. Osmosis is an important process for the…
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The effect of enzyme concentration on enzyme activity
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The reactants in a chemical reaction act as the substrates for specific enzymes which in turn enhance the reaction by lowering the amount of activation energy required. The enzymes remain… the more the molecules available, more reaction takes place. This is expressed in units of molarity. In the following experiment, the aim was to determine the effect on the…
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